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: Play School

: Closedown

: Test Cricket from Australia

by Satellite
Australia v England from Perth,
Western Australia Final day

: Newsday

with Robin Day. A topieal interview with a well-known personality follows the News Summary Preceded by Weather

: Getaway

Trotters, Pacers and Sulkies
For 200 years, in a derelict junk-yard among the factories of Walsail, the Oscar Johnson family have bred and trained ponies and raced them on trotting tracks all over the world. In Australia, New Zealand and the United States, Pony Trotting is now a big spectator sport, but apart from Saturday night meetings at Chasewater, it is on the decline in Britain. So, is Oscar Johnson 's seven-year-old grandson Edward the last of a long line of enthusiasts for pony-trotting in this country?
Author and countryman Phil Drabble grew up in industrial Staffordshire with the Oscar John-sons, and in tonight's programme he returns to their stables in Walsail in search of an answer.
Director PETER CLEAVER Producer TONY SALMON Editor BRIAN ROBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Oscar Johnson
Unknown: Oscar Johnson
Unknown: Phil Drabble
Director: Peter Cleaver
Editor: Brian Robins

: Lifestyle

Mary Quant , OBE, RDI, FSIA
/ wanted to make fashion democratic - Fashion was for me; for us; for everybody - not just for the few.
MARY QUANT , revolutionary, led the swinging British fashion scene which began with the mini-skirt and ' The Look' in the early 60s. Today, Mary is still swinging, but to a gentler rhythm-which reverberates in 114 countries around the world. Shy, surprising, witty and intense, Mary Quant realised quite early that ' Life is for Living '-and lives it unreservedly to the full.
Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM Producer BRIDGET WINTER

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Quant
Unknown: Mary Quant
Unknown: Mary Quant

: Party Political Broadcast

(For detail* see BBC1)

: John D. Loudermilk

The prolific American composer plays and sings his better-known songs in unique style to an audience at the Old Palace of Hatfield
Sound GRAHAM HAINES
Lighting HU CARTWRIGHT
Musical director JEREMY LUBBOCK Television director RICK GARDNER Producer DOUGLAS HESPE
Folk like Loudermilk: page 4

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Haines
Unknown: Hu Cartwright
Director: Jeremy Lubbock
Director: Rick Gardner
Producer: Douglas Hespe

: The Frost Interview

Who will be the man or woman who comes face to face with David Frost ?
Director MIKE CATHERWOOD
Assistant producer BARBARA maxwell Producer IAIN JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Director: Mike Catherwood
Producer: Barbara Maxwell
Producer: Iain Johnstone

: Midweek Cinema: If ...

starring
A new term begins at an English public school. Its traditional and hierarchical structure appear timelessly impregnable, until three boys combine to challenge authority and the system-with macabre results.
Screenplay by DAVID SHERWIN
Producers MICHAEL MEDWIN and LINDSAY ANDERSON
Director LINDSAY ANDERSON
This Week's Films: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: David Sherwin
Producers: Michael Medwin
Producers: Lindsay Anderson
Director: Lindsay Anderson
The Housemaster: Arthur Lowe
The Headmaster: Peter Jeffrey
Matron: Mona Washbourne
The Chaplain: Geoffrey Chater
Gen Denson: Anthony Nicholls
Mick: Malcolm McDowell
Johnny: David Wood
Wallace: Richard Warwick
The girl: Christine Noonan
Rowntree: Robert Swann
Denson: Hugh Thomas
Stephans: Guy Ross
History master: Graham Crowden
Housemaster's wife: Mary MacLeod
Undermaster: Ben Aris

: News Extra

David Holmes ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Holmes

: Closedown

FRANK WINDSOR reads Winter Encounters by CHARLES TOMLINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Windsor
Unknown: Charles Tomlinson

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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